• Location: Prague, Czech Republic
  • Duration: 90 minutes (approx.)
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Get an insider's look at Old Town, particularly the old Jewish quarter, on this 90-minute walking tour of Prague. After meeting your guide, set off to see some of the legendary landmarks and learn about their history, including the medieval Powder Tower, the Astronomical Clock and Old Town Square, before heading to Josefov, the old Jewish quarter. Learn about some of the famed figures of the neighborhood, including Rabbi Low and Franz Kafka, and see the Old-New Synagogue, the oldest working synagogue in Europe, and many other sites.


  • Small-group 1.5-hour walking tour of Prague's Old Town and Josefov districts
  • See some of the famed sites of Old Town and learn about the history behind them
  • Stroll around Josefov, the old Jewish district, while hearing tales from the 10 centuries of Jewish life here
  • Learn about some of the legendary figures of Prague's Jewish history, including the Golem, Rabbi Low and writer Franz Kafka

What You Can Expect

Jewish History and Old Town Walking Tour of Prague

Old Jewish Cemetery

Customer Reviews

Eveline V

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

Zdenek was our tour guide and it ended up just being me and little brother with was amazing! He gave us a Old Town history tour too everything was very interesting, plus we got to walk through shortcuts which showed us a different point of view and feeling than those overcrowded streets!Highly recommend

Jessica C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

Our tour guide Barbara was extremely informative and enthusiastic, she offered lots of knowledge and also tested our knowledge which we found fun. We would highly recommend this tour to others, we learned a lot.

Lauren S

4 star rating: Recommended October 2017

Our guide did an excellent job managing a disparate group of people on a busy afternoon. He was extremely knowledgeable and clearly passionate about Prague.


4 star rating: Recommended October 2017

Enjoyed the tour unfortunately it was a public holiday so all the places were closed

Jim W

1 star rating: I do not recommend this October 2017

Took the Jewish History Walking Tour with Jan. I'm not Jewish, but I do work in the field of Holocaust Studies, so I have at least some passing knowledge of the religion. I would hope, though, that a Jew never goes on this tour, because Jan's lack of knowledge he referred to Jewish religious observance as their mass and outright stereotyping Jews like to stay together would be both infuriating and painful. While I know it is difficult to find a Jew to lead this tour, it should not be too much to ask that the tour guide has at least some knowledge of Judaism and Jewish practices. At the very least, the guide cannot perpetuate the very stereotypes and prejudices that laid waste to Jewish communities throughout Europe.

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